Lisa Kimball Leads The Arc of Loudoun as New Chief Executive Officer
Leesburg, Virginia, August 1, 2018 – Today, The Arc of Loudoun is pleased to announce Lisa Kimball as its new Chief Executive Officer. Lisa previously served as the Vice President for Telos Corporation. In her new position, Lisa will determine the vision of the The Arc of Loudoun and is responsible for developing infrastructure, policy, and systems to ensure long-term sustainability and implementation.
Lisa comes with a wealth of knowledge and extensive background working in the nonprofit industry, including serving as the Chairperson for the Commonwealth of Virginia Identity Management Standards Advisory Council (IMSAC), Chair of the Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers (LVC) Board of Directors, and First Vice-Chairman for the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce. Lisa is also an Advisory Board Member of the Loudoun County Medical Reserve Corps and formerly served as a Board Member and Business Advisory Council Member for ECHO.
“I feel like I’m returning to my roots,” shared Lisa. “I grew up in New Jersey and from
the time I was a child, I volunteered for The Arc in my hometown. Being in Loudoun County and familiar with non-profits, The Arc of Loudoun has a reputation of being well managed and has always stood out to me. The organization has grown into an amazing resource for people with special needs and their families, and the staff at The Arc of Loudoun is talented, compassionate, and passionate about what they do to serve the community. I like to surround myself with the best and brightest, people I trust to know what they are supposed to do, and I am honored to serve on behalf of the incredible staff at The Arc of Loudoun.”
Through both her for-profit and non-profit experience Lisa has extensive knowledge in
strategic planning, directing non-profit Boards, writing grant proposals, and designing and achieving organizational development programs. The Arc of Loudoun Board President, George Pellicano commented, “We’re honored to have Lisa join The Arc of Loudoun family. She is a seasoned leader with wide-ranging experience in philanthropic leadership and volunteer work. We’re confident she will grow and expand the organization as we continue to ensure children and adults with disabilities and their families have an opportunity to lead ‘A Life Like Yours.’”
The Arc of Loudoun is a non-profit organization that advocates for and provides direct
service to children with disabilities, as well as their families, caretakers, and the professionals who work with them through its many programs: The Aurora School, Open Door Learning Center Preschool, ALLY “A Life Like Yours” Advocacy Center, Aurora Behavior Clinic and Ability Fitness Center. The Arc of Loudoun celebrated 50 years of serving people with disabilities in 2017 and is also the charity behind the fan favorite Shocktober, opening October 5 for the 2018 season.
If you have a child with special needs, want to volunteer, attend our events, or support The Arc of Loudoun, visit www.thearcofloudoun.org